Paula G. Williams
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Stress management improves long-term glycemic control in type 2 diabetes
RS Surwit, MAL Van Tilburg, N Zucker, CC McCaskill, P Parekh, ...
Diabetes care 25 (1), 30-34, 2002
Adolescent health psychology.
PG Williams, GN Holmbeck, RN Greenley
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 70 (3), 828, 2002
Personality and health: Advantages and limitations of the five‐factor model
TW Smith, PG Williams
Journal of Personality 60 (2), 395-425, 1992
Coping processes as mediators of the relationship between hardiness and health
PG Williams, DJ Wiebe, TW Smith
Journal of behavioral medicine 15, 237-255, 1992
Individual differences in executive functioning: Implications for stress regulation
PG Williams, Y Suchy, HK Rau
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 37 (2), 126-140, 2009
Matters of the variable heart: respiratory sinus arrhythmia response to marital interaction and associations with marital quality.
TW Smith, MR Cribbet, JB Nealey-Moore, BN Uchino, PG Williams, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (1), 103, 2011
Dispositional mindfulness: A critical review of construct validation research
HK Rau, PG Williams
Personality and Individual Differences 93, 32-43, 2016
Openness to experience and stress regulation
PG Williams, HK Rau, MR Cribbet, HE Gunn
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (5), 777-784, 2009
Personality correlates of glycemic control in type 2 diabetes.
JD Lane, CC McCASKILL, PG Williams, PI Parekh, MN Feinglos, ...
Diabetes care 23 (9), 1321-1325, 2000
Neuroticism, daily hassles, and depressive symptoms: An examination of moderating and mediating effects
JG Hutchinson, PG Williams
Personality and Individual Differences 42 (7), 1367-1378, 2007
Five-factor model personality traits and executive functioning among older adults
PG Williams, Y Suchy, ML Kraybill
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (4), 485-491, 2010
Hardiness and health: A social psychophysiological perspective on stress and adaptation
DJ Wiebe, PG Williams
Journal of social and clinical psychology 11 (3), 238-262, 1992
The psychopathology of self-assessed health: A cognitive approach to health anxiety and hypochondriasis
PG Williams
Cognitive Therapy and Research 28, 629-644, 2004
Examining communication and assertiveness as predictors of condom use: Implications for HIV prevention
BD Zamboni, I Crawford, PG Williams
AIDS education and prevention 12 (6), 492, 2000
Individual differences in self-assessed health: gender, neuroticism and physical symptom reports
PG Williams, DJ Wiebe
Personality and individual differences 28 (5), 823-835, 2000
Personality vulnerability to stress-related sleep disruption: Pathways to adverse mental and physical health outcomes
PG Williams, TL Moroz
Personality and Individual Differences 46 (5-6), 598-603, 2009
Executive functioning and health: Introduction to the special series
PG Williams, JF Thayer
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 37 (2), 101-105, 2009
The effects of neuroticism and extraversion on self-assessed health and health-relevant cognition
PG Williams, C D O'Brien, CR Colder
Personality and individual differences 37 (1), 83-94, 2004
Cellular aging and restorative processes: subjective sleep quality and duration moderate the association between age and telomere length in a sample of middle-aged and older adults
MR Cribbet, MK Carlisle, RM Cawthon, BN Uchino, PG Williams, ...
Sleep 37 (1), 65-70, 2014
On the validity of self-report assessment of cognitive abilities: Attentional control scale associations with cognitive performance, emotional adjustment, and personality.
PG Williams, HK Rau, Y Suchy, SR Thorgusen, TW Smith
Psychological Assessment 29 (5), 519, 2017
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